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Problem 16
The number has over positive integer divisors. One of them is chosen at random. What is the probability that it is odd?
Solution
If a factor of is odd, that means it contains no factors of . We can find the number of factors of two in by counting the number multiples of , , , and that are less than or equal to .After some quick counting we find that this number is . If the prime factorization of has factors of , there are choices for each divisor for how many factors of should be included ( to inclusive). The probability that a randomly chosen factor is odd is the same as if the number of factors of is which is .
Solution by: vedadehhc
See Also
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